Today, 21st June is very special in many ways where it is the longest day of the year.

The night is short and the day is long.

In the language of science, it is called summer solstice. Today the sun is seen at a great height.

If we understand it on a geographical basis, the earth revolves around its axis and in the orbit of the sun.

During the revolution, such a situation is created in the afternoon, when the sun is above the Tropic of Cancer, due to which the sunlight remains on the earth for the longest time.

On this day, the day starts early in the morning and the sunset happens late, due to which 21st June is the longest day and the shortest night.

The rays of the sun remain on the earth for one hour longer than its time. That is, the rays of the sun remain on the earth for about 15 to 16 hours as compared to 12 hours.